On Sunday, April 14, 2019 four women met to hear Phyllis Sherman share her knowledge about shoulders. She gave us so much terrific information. We had a quick lesson on neck vertebra. Moving on to shoulders, we learned that the shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body. Some of her suggestions for preserving shoulder and joint health were to take breaks when doing repetitive tasks. Poor postural habits throughout the day can contribute to pain in joints and muscles. A general guideline that is true for all activities, even things that are supposed to be helping you, is that, if you feel worse after doing something don’t do it. Be sure to be evaluated by your doctor or a physical therapist when you have muscular skeletal pain that does not go away with rest, anti-inflammatory medicines, or your own stretching and exercise.
Thank you, Phyllis for a great presentation.
We selected the next book for the Women’s Club Book discussion, All the Rivers by Dorit Rabinyan. It will take place on Sunday, June 9th at noon. This book is not available from the local library and you will have to purchase it through a book store or on Amazon.com. (Consider using the link to Amazon at the TBE website for your purchase.)
The next Women’s Club lunch will be Sunday, May 5 at 12:00. Please join us.